Two Italian senators tested positive for new coronavirus

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 Two Italian senators tested positive for new coronavirus


On September 30, local time, the Italian Senate suspended the schedule and disinfected the internal venues because two senators tested positive for new coronavirus. The two members, Francesco morame, 58, and Marco croyati, 48, belong to the ruling five-star Movement Party and are now isolated from their homes. Morame said that his symptoms are obvious, high fever, with difficulty breathing and speaking.

Croyati told social media that he had participated in parliamentary party group activities on the 24th, but wore masks and kept social distance at that time. According to Italian media reports, the Senate has decided to carry out virus testing on relevant contacts, and the infection may affect part of the legislative agenda. (head office reporter Li yaoyang)

(editor Wang Xiaohui)